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Alabama (1) vs Ohio State (4), Oregon (2) vs FSU (3). Makes sense. They avoided the Big 12 champ controversy and rewarded Ohio State for improving late in the season. Really makes putting TCU at #3 last week weird though. Urban Meyer vs Nick Saban. Weeee.
It's worth noting that Nectar d'Or is a very atypical scotch. Not what I'd usually direct a first time buyer towards, just because of the distinctiveness of it.There's a bourbon thread that's active.
Why is it supposed to matter that FSU wouldn't have won with their backup QB, when that situation didn't come up and almost certainly won't? Who cares? Ohio State doesn't get bonus points for dealing with injuries, and other teams certainly don't LOSE points for not hypothetically being able to deal with hypothetical injuries.It would be absurd if the only undefeated power conference team didn't make the playoffs. Marginal wins or not, they'd have been at worst #2 in...
Yeah but they didn't lose to Virginia Tech. I'm not any kind of FSU fan, but I don't see how you can leave the only undefeated team in the country (and the defending champ) out of the playoff. Seems like it has to come down to TCU vs OSU for #4.
It's an interesting thing because studies indicate that squatting correctly significantly reduces knee problems down the road but squatting poorly significantly increases them. If you actually do squats to parallel, it really builds the supporting musculature around the knee and is not prone to injury. Squatting deep also prevents you from loading up way too much weight If you do the quarter-squat with too much weight bullshit that many people do, it's really terrible...
Are you still in India emptym, or just slow playing us on the photo narrative?
I have a low opinion of financial planners in general, at least the ones who peddle to the pleb market. The whole industry seems predicated on convincing ordinary people that finances is really damn complicated and cannot possibly be handled by anyone but a skilled professional. Seriously, it's not complicated why you're 50k in debt. Paying some dude in a suit to draw up a budget wouldn't be necessary if they weren't helpless idiots in the first place.Also, they want...
Have enough money to pay for the shit you buy. That kind of advanced advice is why we need financial planners.He has clients who are 50k in debt because they're imbeciles who overspend, not because they're "procrastinating."
You're not losing gains, you're just covering them in fat
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